From:Joep e-mail:joepvdsteen-A-gmail.com
Subject:RE: RE: Starter sector gear Date:Sat Oct 7 07:53:08 2017
Response to:22227
its fixed, got teeths again

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Joep,
Before you remove the sector you should make up some
kind of simple fixture, or mark the shaft so you can get
the first tooth in the same place, with respect to the
shaft, when you re-install it.
Let us know if that works!
Mario

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There is a thought, it can be removed, not sure if I can
just turn it around (dont have it at hand now) otherwise
machining will be the way to go !

thanks
Joep

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Joep,
It looks to me like the sector could be re-built by
building up the worn teeth with weld and re-machining
them, using the pristine teeth on the other end of the
sector to index the machining of the built up areas.
Obviously you would need a milling machine or possibly a
lathe, to do this. It is not unheard of for gear teeth
like this to be hand filed! :)

Another thought comes to mind... How is the sector
attached to the shaft? If it could be removed, it might
be possible to reverse it so the good section is where
the contact is made.

Mario
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I got two of these and they both look the same

I was told good ones are hard to find, but maybe someone
knows where to get a descent one. Or do you guys repair
these ?

thanks
Joep

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